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GASF Ratings - 2018 Final Regular Season

Postby MikeTheTiger » December 3rd, 2018, 9:52 am

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  Rank  Team              Average
   1    Alabama             111.8
   2    Notre Dame          106.3
   3    Clemson             105.6
   4    Georgia             100.1
   5    Oklahoma            100.1
   6    Ohio St              99.0
   7    Michigan             94.6
   8    C. Florida           88.4
   9    LSU                  87.8
   10   Kentucky             84.7
   11   W. Virginia          84.4
   12   Florida              83.8
   13   Miss St              82.9
   14   Washington           81.9
   15   Texas A&M            81.7
   16   Penn St              81.4
   17   Washington St        81.4
   18   Texas                80.7
   19   S. Carolina          80.5
   20   Missouri             80.2
   21   Syracuse             79.6
   22   Utah                 78.7
   23   Auburn               78.1
   24   Iowa St              77.9
   25   Stanford             77.8
   26   Oregon               76.5
   27   Northwestern         72.2
   28   Iowa                 72.1
   29   Fresno St            70.6
   30   Michigan St          70.6
   31   Vanderbilt           70.5
   32   Pitt                 69.9
   33   Boise St             69.9
   34   TCU                  69.4
   35   Utah St              69.1
   36   NC St                69.0
   37   Duke                 66.5
   38   Baylor               66.5
   39   Kansas St            66.4
   40   Texas Tech           66.4
   41   Oklahoma St          66.2
   42   Tennessee            65.4
   43   Arizona St           64.6
   44   Wisconsin            64.4
   45   Purdue               64.2
   46   Army                 61.2
   47   Boston College       59.5
   48   Georgia Tech         59.4
   49   Miami-Fl             59.4
   50   Minnesota            59.2
   51   Ole Miss             58.7
   52   Cal                  56.4
   53   Indiana              56.4
   54   Maryland             55.8
   55   Appalachian St       55.1
   56   Cincinnati           54.7
   57   USC                  54.4
   58   BYU                  53.4
   59   Virginia Tech        52.9
   60   Virginia             52.4
   61   Florida St           51.4
   62   Temple               51.3
   63   Wake Forest          51.3
   64   Colorado             49.5
   65   Troy St              48.8
   66   UCLA                 48.8
   67   Nebraska             48.4
   68   Arizona              46.3
   69   N. Illinois          43.6
   70   Ohio                 43.4
   71   Buffalo              43.4
   72   Georgia Southern     42.6
   73   Kansas               42.6
   74   Houston              40.4
   75   UAB                  40.4
   76   San Diego St         38.4
   77   MTSU                 36.9
   78   N. Texas             36.9
   79   Memphis              36.0
   80   Marshall             35.3
   81   Toledo               34.7
   82   Nevada               34.7
   83   Florida Internatio   34.5
   84   W. Michigan          34.2
   85   Miami-O              33.9
   86   E. Michigan          33.0
   87   Hawaii               32.9
   88   Wyoming              32.8
   89   UL-Lafayette         30.8
   90   Arkansas St          29.1
   91   S. Florida           28.4
   92   UNC                  27.2
   93   UL-Monroe            27.1
   94   Illinois             25.9
   95   USM                  23.5
   96   La Tech              23.4
   97   SMU                  22.4
   98   Tulane               22.0
   99   Florida Atlantic     21.5
  100   Air Force            20.1
  101   Coastal Carolina     18.5
  102   Oregon St            17.7
  103   Massachusetts        15.6
  104   Arkansas             15.5
  105   Charlotte            15.0
  106   UNLV                 14.2
  107   Louisville           14.1
  108   Rutgers              14.0
  109   Liberty              13.2
  110   E. Carolina          12.5
  111   Old Dominion         12.5
  112   W. Kentucky          12.5
  113   Ball St              12.5
  114   Bowling Green        12.0
  115   Akron                11.7
  116   Colorado St          11.5
  117   New Mexico           11.4
  118   Navy                 11.0
  119   Tulsa                10.2
  120   UTSA                  9.3
  121   S. Alabama            8.6
  122   Texas St              7.9
  123   New Mexico St         7.5
  124   San Jose St           7.4
  125   Georgia St            6.5
  126   Kent                  5.6
  127   UTEP                  3.5
  128   Rice                  3.4
  129   C. Michigan           0.1
  130   Connecticut           0.0

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Re: GASF Ratings - 2018 Final Regular Season

Postby Xenon » January 2nd, 2019, 9:02 am

Do you run the numbers one more time after all the bowl games?

One thing the bowls would do, I think, is dramatically increase the number of cross overs between the conferences. That should help, I think, with resolving some issues with "non-interconnectedness" between sub pools (i.e. conferences)

But at the same time, especially this year with sooo many people sitting out, the bowl teams aren't really the same as the regular season teams in alot of cases.

Take WVU ... with Grier they probably are a top 15 team but without him they are not and lose badly to Syracuse.

Just wondering ....

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Re: GASF Ratings - 2018 Final Regular Season

Postby MikeTheTiger » January 2nd, 2019, 10:00 am

Xenon wrote:Do you run the numbers one more time after all the bowl games?

One thing the bowls would do, I think, is dramatically increase the number of cross overs between the conferences. That should help, I think, with resolving some issues with "non-interconnectedness" between sub pools (i.e. conferences)

But at the same time, especially this year with sooo many people sitting out, the bowl teams aren't really the same as the regular season teams in alot of cases.

Take WVU ... with Grier they probably are a top 15 team but without him they are not and lose badly to Syracuse.

Just wondering ....


Yes, I agree that the bowls historically have been the best source of information about the relative strength of teams across conferences, but I have had the same thought about the impact of players sitting out the bowls. WVU will likely be behind Syracuse in the post-bowl ratings, but they probably were the better team with Grier in the lineup. I'm not really sure how to handle that.

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Re: GASF Ratings - 2018 Final Regular Season

Postby GR82BACANE » January 2nd, 2019, 11:13 am

Regardless Syracuse beat them on the field. You going to penalize Texas A&M with the players NCST was missing? Or Florida when Michigan had 4 players out?

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Re: GASF Ratings - 2018 Final Regular Season

Postby MikeTheTiger » January 3rd, 2019, 12:21 am

GR82BACANE wrote:Regardless Syracuse beat them on the field. You going to penalize Texas A&M with the players NCST was missing? Or Florida when Michigan had 4 players out?


Like I said, I'm not sure what the answer is. It's not so much that I think you should penalize those teams as it is that they shouldn't be rewarded for beating a different team than their opponent had put out on the field the rest of the season.

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Re: GASF Ratings - 2018 Final Regular Season

Postby Iconoclast » January 3rd, 2019, 12:30 pm

*YNC* MikeTheTiger wrote:
GR82BACANE wrote:Regardless Syracuse beat them on the field. You going to penalize Texas A&M with the players NCST was missing? Or Florida when Michigan had 4 players out?


Like I said, I'm not sure what the answer is. It's not so much that I think you should penalize those teams as it is that they shouldn't be rewarded for beating a different team than their opponent had put out on the field the rest of the season.


It's not much different than a team losing a star player due to injury. Math can't take that into effect. Now, once you get AI integrated into your ranking, then we will have something! :P
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